Mediatek, Orange to market IoT chipset, Sims, connectivity

Monday 22 February 2016 | 18:06 CET | News
Fabless semiconductor company MediaTek and Orange have announced a new collaboration to market IoT tailored offerings embedding ready-to-use cellular connectivity to address the growing industrial demand for connected objects. The agreement will address professional developers and manufacturers of IoT devices, including consumer electronics products. The IoT Booster Programme aims to market a family of MediaTek chipsets with an Orange Sim card or integrated with the Orange Sim card in partners' modules, with the price of connectivity included.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MediaTek / Orange
Countries: World
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